Official List of Accused in Plunder & Graft Cases Published by Inquirer

One of the country’s largest newspaper, the Philippine Daily Inquirer published on Thursday, June 19, 2014 the official list of accused in the Plunder and Graft Cases in the Sandiganbayan in connections with the alleged and controversial P10-billion pork barrel scam.

Based upon the latest published documents of the Inquirer which according to them sourced from Sandiganbayan, there are 54 individuals, including Senators Enrile, Revilla and Estrada, are accused of violations of Section 3(e) of the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act.

Napoles Estrada Enrile Revilla

The three Senators with their co-accused in the graft cases at the Sandiganbayan, were all facing the possibility of being detained when the Sandiganbayan will issue the arrest warrant. The lawmakers were separately accused of plunder, which is considered as a non-bailable offense and graft charges. The cases were all in connection with the controversial P10-billion pork barrel scam.

The publishing of the official lists was Inquirer’s way of correcting the front-page table published in the June 16 issue of the newspaper. Notable public figures such as Sen. Juan Ponce Enrile is accused with Plunder together with four other personalities, Sen. Enrile’s former chief of staff Jessica Lucila “Gigi” Reyes, alleged mastermind Janet Lim Napoles, John Raymund de Asis and Ronald John Lim.

Aside from the Plunder case faced by Sen. Enrile, he also stands accused of 11 counts of Graft. The co-accused of Sen. Enrile in the Graft case involved 47 other personalities with the total reaching up to 48 involved.

Here’s the 48 Personalities who were Involved in the Graft Case at Sandiganbayan alongside Sen. Juan Ponce Enrile:

Gigi Reyes, Janet Lim-Napoles, De Asis, Ronald John Lim, Jose Antonio Evangelista II, Mario Relampagos, Rosario Salamida Nuñez, Lalaine Narag Paule, Marilou Dialino Bare; Antonio Ortiz, Dennis Cunanan, Francisco Figura, Ma. Rosalinda Lacsamana, Consuelo Lillian Espiritu, Marivic Jover, Allan Javellana, Rhodora Mendoza, Victor Roman Cacal, Ma. Ninez Guañizo, Encarnita Christina Munsod, Maria Julie Villaralvo-Johnson, Romulo Relevo, Gondelina Amata, Emmanuel Alexis Sevidal, Ofelia Ordoñez, Filipina Rodriguez, Chita Jalandoni, Sofia Cruz and Gregoria Buenaventura of National Livelihood Development Corp. (NLDC).

Other respondents include Napoles’ children Jo Christine Napoles and James Christopher Napoles, Eulogio Rodriguez, Evelyn de Leon, Amparo Fernando, Fernando Ramirez, Nitz Cabilao, Aileen Palama, Mylene Encarnacion, Jesus Castillo, Renato Ornopia, Noel Macha, Jocelyn Piorato, Dorilyn Fabian, Hernani Ditchon, Rodrigo Galay, Laarni Uy, Myla Ogerio and Margarita Guadinez.

Meanwhile Sen. Ramon “Bong” Revilla is also accused of Plunder with four other personalities which include Richard Cambe his former Chief of Staff, Janet Lim Napoles, Lim and De Asis.

The former action star and incumbent Senator Revilla is also accused of 16 counts of Graft with his co-accused in graft case (31 in all). Revilla’s co-accused include Napoles, De Asis, Cambe, Relampagos, Nuñez, Paule, Bare, Ortiz, Cunanan, Figura, Lacsamana, Espiritu, Jover, Javellana, Mendoza, Cacal, Guañizo, Munsod, Johnson, Amata, Sevidal, Jalandoni, Ordoñez, Cruz, Buenaventura, Evelyn Sucgang of NLDC, Ogerio, Eulogio Rodriguez, Uy, De Leon and Piorato.

During the June 16 release off Inquirer, they erroneously listed Lim and Relevo as among the co-accused in the graft case of Sen. Bong Revilla.

The last of the three Senators involved in the list of accused in Plunder and Graft Cases is Senator Jinggoy Estrada who was accused with Plunder with three others: Sen. Jinggoy Estrada’s deputy chief of staff Pauline Therese May C. Labayen, Janet Lim Napoles, and De Asis.

On Sen. Estrada’s 11 counts of grafts, his co-accused (25 in all) includes the following individuals, Napoles, De Asis, Labayen, Relampagos, Nuñez, Paule, Bare, Ortiz, Cunanan, Figura, Lacsamana, Espiritu, Jover, Javellana, Mendoza, Cacal, Guañizo, Johnson, Relevo, Amata, Sevidal, Jalandoni, Cruz, Buenaventura and Sucgang.

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